Aug 18, 2014 7:35 PM GMT
I'll start this off by saying that I know the mantra "abs are made in the kitchen", and I agree with that. I also know that (to my knowledge) there are no gutting gels on the market that are FDA approved. My question however comes down to science. Thanks to the countless acne treatments and creams made to fight wrinkles that are on the market today, we know that lotions and creams can be absorbed in our skin. Cutting gel makes it claim that its gel does just that, gets absorbed into the skin, and then attacks fat cells by blasting them into the bloodstream. If we can get lotions and creams into our body this way, isn't it at all possible that one day cutting gels could be a legitimate product? A mixture that when comes in contact with fat cells, make the fat cells break down?